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good choices. he could be coaching the new york jets. the radars's mcclain was a complete bust. he never lived up to the hype and eventually lost his job this year. mcclain missed practice for who the raiders called an issue, but it appears to be more than that. he says he's just waiting on his papers. the raiders would not elaborate on the situation. but look for mcclain to get those walking papers tomorrow. >>> barry bonds was officially placed on the hall of fame ballot. the home run king, 75% voted him into the hall of fame. because of his connection to performance-enhancing drugs, this is expected to be the most debated ballot. >> i don't intend to vote for any of the steroid social club or whatever you want to call it. >> we still don't know yet all the stuff about what was going on in the steroid era. it's possible we may discover that more than half the players were using substances in most years, in which case that would frame my decision a lot differently than if i think it was just 5%. >>> the aggies beat the broncos 80-78 in overtime. >>> shot of the day. you cannot be
to facilitate this. >> meanwhile the raiders keep extending the drama around rolando mcclain. number 55 rolando mcclain missed his second straight practice after a confrontation with the head coach. he said he was no longer a raider and looking forward to joining an actual team. >> this is something that we got -- we got to make a decision as a organization and we will make sure we make the right decision. i mean, i am not sure what signal anybody is looking for. we are going to -- we are going to, you know, make a decision and that is what we will do. >> commit. one bit of good news is darren mcfadden is back practicing. hopes to play sunday. that game is not sold out and will be blacked out on tv but he leads the team in rushing. he scored two touchdowns in 8 games. as we said, raiders sell out streak ends at 13 games. and that is sports for this thursday. >> thank you. >>> before we go. one more look at storm tracker 2. >> the latest development, the system is speeding up. that would be good news for the north bay, puts it in here earlier. update at 7:00 p.m. and tonight at 10:00 p.m. the la
to swallow for sure. >>> more local nfl. mcclain was told to stay away from today's practice. the former first-round pick posted on facebook yesterday that he was no longer with the team. it is unclear what the issue with rolando mcclain is. but the report is that he could be released soon. >>> thursday night top five. earthquakes star, chris wondolowski, is the mvp. the first in franchise history to win that war. no. 4, drew brees failed to throw a touchdown pass for the first time in 55 games. the falcons beat the saints 23- 13. >>> here's the shot that did count. >> two seconds left! score! >> south dakota wins it. no. 2, when does a golf pro look human? when his name is hunter naham. >> and when should a nascar driver stay in his car? when his name is keselowski. >> he was the pits. the pits. >> we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> hi-def doppler, it's here. we've been talking about it for a long time. heavy rainfall through friday. >> wow! >> very clear. >> nice and safe. >> see you tomorrow. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from new york, the greatest city in the worl
forget the drums. give me taps for this next story. a former raiders top draft pick mcclain says he has been cut by the team. the 8th overall pick in the 2010 draft was the last first pick made by the late al davis but never lived up to the hype and he was fired. mcclain missed practice today for a "team issue" but it appears to be more. mcclain later suggested on facebook that he is waived. he said, quote, officially no longer an oakland raider. well, technically i am, but mentally i'm done. just waiting on my papers. unquote. the raiders wouldn't elaborate on the situation but the soonest they can cut is tomorrow. former raider linebacker bill romanowski with whom i work on the raiders radio pre-game show didn't hold back. thank god i don't have to watch rolondo mcclain report anymore. it is an honor and a privilege to play and he was an embarrassment not. >>> the home run king needs 57% of the baseball writers association to vote that he deserves to be in cooperstown. the results of the voting will be announced on january 9. because of his connection to performance-enhancing drugs, t
television sunday versus cleveland. not enough tickets. rolando mcclaine. who knows where he'll be sunday? he was going to be relaced by the raiders. -- released by the raiders. upon now the word is he was just told to stay away from practice. he put up on his facebook that he had been cut, but then he took it down. he's still on the roster. he's going to get at the very least suspended for a week or two. >>> ever being beat up by the 49ers sunday, the saints, a quick turnaround. >> this is our division! we can do it ! we know it, and they know it! >> all that stuff is fine if you win. but brees doing a little hunter pence to his own here, but his streak tonight, just off the hands of lance moore. trying to keep his streak of 54 consecutive games alive. doesn't happen. and the saints lose . >>> san antonio , three best players, duncan parker and ginobili did not suit up against miami. popovich, the league is threatening a heavy, heavy dose of discipline. ray allen nailed the 3. and all the backup players hung in there till the finish, and miami had to ride it out. 105-100 against. you
is trying to keep the -- help fill the needs of millions in new york and new jersey. live in mcclain loo more on this mission of mercy. >> i can tell you these trucks have been sitting here because of the nor easter that we saw but the goal is to get the contents delivered tomorrow so that these folks can get them sometime saturday, sunday. >> so many that three moving trucks packed with donations are parked waiting to be delivered. >> we now have filled two trucks like that and this is the end of the third. everything as you can see from fairly new baby gear and tons of clothing, warm coats new blankets new sweat shirts. >> jennifer is one of the moms who started the donation drive earlier this week. a semi-filled with much needed relief left wednesday for new jersey. the snow kept the driver from returning to get the rest. once again, the community came through and helped. the moving company offered a truck and a driver. >> we put out the word again and somebody comes through to make it happen. it's really amazing. >> back in new york and new
field over one of the last undeveloped patches of land in mcclain. in 2005, fair fox county bought an easement for this property. the price tag? $16 million. the most expensive land purchase in county historhistory. >> stated by the county executive this deal would not happen unless there were athletic fields in the arrange. >> reporter: a copy of the deed details 10 of the 41 acres in the easement could be used for recreation purposes, including two natural turf rectangular fields, a playground, picnic area with shelter and public trails. but seven years later, the land remains untouched and the county says the owner has now changed his mind. >> we didn't do the deal to sell it for athletic feel fields. we did it for a conservation ease. i think we've gotten the easement. >> reporter: dan duval says he could have made millions more by offering it to developments. instead, he offered it to the county as an easement. >> we really wanted to preserve this resource for current and future generations. it is it a unique property. >> we have been asking the county for space to build field
to join. now that night when he was spending the evening with charles mcclain, he tried to convince mcclean to go win him. by the end of the evening when my uncle went back to came bridge. he made up his mind to go. charles wasn't sure what he would do. he headed back to dart mouth to talk over the idea with some of his close friends who were committed interventionist leaders of the interventionist movement at dart mouth. to start i'd like to read a little bit what happened that night as charles left my uncle in new hampshire, and a little bit about what happened almost 70 years later, when i met with charles in his small room in han overas a much older man. excited, mcclain raced through the dark back and the solid brooke honor society house besides the village green. locating his friends, took a matter of minutes, the members all slept in rows of beds under the eves and a chilly open attic they called the wind tunnel. in sooner had they comp henced the news they rushed off to find more friends who shared an apartment on main street. more discussion and debate among the friends would
of studying. >>> charges have now been dropped against a raiders linebacker. mcclain was supposed to begin serving 180 days in jail but the other man involved in a highly publicized dispute decided not to press charges. mcclain was convicted of three charges after firing a gun during an argument last year in alabama. mcclain will not serve any jail time and he is legally cleared. >>> in a ktvu special report thousands of bay area parolees may soon get a free pass from behind bars. it's part of an effort to relieve overcrowding at state prisons. the state wants to discharge 10,000 parolees from the state parole supervision. officials say the plan will only release low level offenders but according to an internal department of corrections memo in the second and third phases serious and violent criminal cases could also be reviewed. >> the majority of our either victims that have been involved in a violent crime or suspects are either on probation or parole or sometimes both. so you are adding to that population by allowing them to basically wipe their slate clean. >> while there are many peo
the raiders thought would be an outstanding nfl linebacker. rollando mcclaine said he was no longer a raider, then a few hours later he had to take it down, translate it he wanted to get the rest of the money they owe him. let them make the announcement. he didn't practice today. he had a serious run-in with the law a year ago. more to the point, he has not been performing well. and the raiders apparently have had enough. they will announce it tomorrow. >>> and a sad night for sports casters. it's the last time for a while we'll be able to show that kick in the groin. we've been able to do it every night for about a week. sorry, pam. get your last look . he was fined $30,000. >> i heard. >> in local news, we don't pander. that had to be shown every show! >>> the news on the warriors center andrew bogut keeps getting worse. traded for monta ellis a year ago, and most important member of the franchise fhe can play war -- if he can play, warriors have an all-star caliber player. he's got a little foot surgery, but now we find out that we had a microfracture, and he's getting a little annoyed b
. completion percentage, quarterback ratings, principally identical. >>> rolando mcclaine says he's been cut by the team. he missed practice for what they call the team issue. but he said "officially no longer an oakland raider. just waiting on my papers." >>> it's been five years since barry bonds left baseball. today he was officially placed on the hall of fame ballot. at 10. (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters.
job is get a concussion. it's a tough pill to swallow. >> more nfl drama, rolondo mcclain was told to stay away from practice today. he said on his facebook that he was no longer on the team. reports say he could be released soon. howabout nba, the warriors hosting denver, the warriors are up by three. then there is a foul worth three shots. he made the first two but the warriors knocked it out and one last chance to win the game. yes -- wait, wait, wait, did he get it off on time? oh he didn't. >> no, warriors won. . >> woman: oh! tully's. how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa. and you'll always find your favorite. woman #2: with so many choices, keurig has everyone's favorite. i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig.
in frederick county, maryland. the crash happened yesterday afternoon at route 75 and ed mcclain road in the monroe area. you can see the tractor-trailer loaded with oranges that overturned onto a pickup truck. two people inside the truck died on the scene. passengers in the truck and tractor-trailer were taken to the hospital. no word on their condition. police arrested the driver of the tractor-trailer watson pierre after he was released from the hospital last night. >>> the nationals season might have ended on a disappointing note, but fans have a reason to celebrate this morning. bryce harper is the national league rookie of the year. harper, who turned 20 last month, is the youngest position player ever to win the award. pitcher dwight gooden was one month younger when he won it in 1984. harper says he's honored but not satisfied with his rookie season. >> i'm never satisfied with any of my numbers. my biggest goal is winning the world series. this is amaze to go win this award and have this accolade, but i want to bripg a title back to d.c. that's our main goal as a team and as
helmet, but when he does he wants to direct full time. >> jameel mcclain was dressing up. handing out coats to 300 children from the boys and girls club. he gave each child a new coat, hats, gloves and a scarf. >> i didn't get here by myself. >> he's active with the salvation army, he will hand out gift baskets to families over the holidays. >> they may need the coats. >> feels like the holidays tonight. a quick check of the numbers, we're 28 in towson, 20s west. we're headed to near freezing levels overnight. hour by hour tomorrow we warm it up. by midday we're in the 40s. still a fairly chilly day. hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! but we still need your signature. volkswagen sign then drive is back. and it's never been easier to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit today. . >>> i don't
, 1931. they were both seniors in college. my uncle at harvard and charles mcclain at dartmouth. they met at st. paul for what was the rather important equivalent of what they call for a homecoming at other schools that involved the voters and faces races but what was foremost on most people's mind is what was happening in europe. of course hitler had written over almost all of it and the draft had been reinstated in the united states so most of the people that were about to graduate from college were concerned about what would happen next. would they be drafted? did they want to join the war? the college campuses were embroiled in controversy as much as the college campuses were when i was in school there was the isolationist that wanted americans to stay out and they believed that america should be in. all of this was on my uncle's mind coming and he had learned in college about an opportunity to join in the british army has an officer candidate in what they called the smart regimen in england called the rifle corps and the had actually started in the colonies in the american colonies i
are going to the game, you won't see rolondo mcclain. a day after claiming he was no longer with the raiders mcclain was asked to stay away from the team facility in alameda. >> it's a team issue. it's an organizational issue that we are going to handle. it's a team-related earnp issue. >> it's a team issue. >> it's unclear what the issue is but reports are surfacing that he will be cut. >> really nothing more than we asked him not to come to practice today, uhm, you know, there's going to be consequences to, uhm, you know, his actions. >>> for the first time in major league soccer history, an earthquake has won the mvp award. chris won allow wondolowski got a best player of the league. he scored 61 goals and that's best in mls. he got most valuable player. >>> this is not a shock but there are some athletes and coaches who dislike the media and sometimes we give them good reason. check out ucla head coach jim moore's news conference as his bruins get ready to play stanford tomorrow. >> 1st quarter 7-7, then you go in your nfl mode and play preseason game figuring that you'll get them next
. sunday's contest will be blacked out. mcclain will not play sunday. he wrote on facebook he was no longer on the team. he has been under achieving on the field and this team he was kicked out of practice for yelling at coach allen. raiders have kicked others out for less. but has seemed to reject to push the button when it comes to mcclain. >> this is something we have to make the right decision. i don't know what signal anybody is looking for. we're going to you know make a decision and that's what we're going to do. >> get it done. san jose earthquakes chris uandalaski is named the best player of soccer. 26 goals. that man can hit. >> thank you for joining us tonight. >> the morning news will be tracking all that rain. where it's the heaviest and how it's affecting the morning commute. and we're always here for you on and mobile ktvu.
straight defeats. sunday's contest will be blacked out. mcclain will not play sunday. he wrote on facebook he was no longer on the team. he has been under achieving on the field and this team he was kicked out of practice for yelling at coach allen. raiders have kicked others out for less. but has seemed to reject to push the button when it comes to mcclain. >> this is something we have to make the right decision. i don't know what signal anybody is looking for. we're going to you know make a decision and that's what we're going to do. >> get it done. san jose earthquakes chris uandalaski is named the best player of soccer. 26 goals. that man can hit. >> thank you for joining us tonight. >> the morning news will be tracking all that rain. where it's the heaviest and how it's affecting the morning commute. and we're always here for you on and mobile ktvu.
priority in new york's financial district and beyond. joining me is xylem's ceo gretchen mcclain. xylem is one of the big companies focusing on dewatering infrastructure in areas hit by sandy. gretchen, great to have you with us. >> thank you for having me. >> there is a lot of pumping going on in lower manhattan. i see it every single day. i don't know where the water goes from the holes it is coming out of, but it's going out of the places it doesn't belong. in how many pumps have you got downtown, and how long do you expect this effort to last? >> we actually spent a lot of time prepositioning pumps in place well before the storm got here. but we have over 200 pumps already out deployed, another 100 on their way, working with customers, trying to move the water as quick as we can so people can get back up and rung. >> what is your fastest pumps? i read something like 16,500 gallons a minute. >> this that is correct. >> wow. >> think of that. take a backyard pool. you could probably fill or unfill it in about two minutes. so it's a significant amount of water, moving it very quickly.
. and mcclain is probably history. he is the linebacker who got into trouble last year and was not at practice today. more than likely he will be released tomorrow. he has been disappointing. >> the we man named su .. no suspension but they felt that the ruling was decided that they could not reach a judgment. they felt that it was nasty enough. he is flying to buy $30,000. and barry bonds, the baseball hall of fame will be on that ballot. we will see through the month of december, voting and will be announced january 7th. if you are a betting man? they might make him wait because of his connection to steroids. we are back with warriors story you are going to want to hear. jack, you said you wanted a whole new breakfast item. i give you... flap jacks. hmm! thing is, i don't know if i'm comfortable with people eating my face. how 'bout a loaded breakfast sandwich with country-grilled sausage, bacon, ham, two fried eggs, and melting cheese on toasted sourdough. don't do it. don't eat my face... do not eat my... you ate his face?! >> the warriors are in first place. they are back
of undisclosed team related issue that the coach would not elaborate on. mcclain said he is no longer a raider. he could be released tomorrow. good news, running back darrell mcfadden and griffin both back to practice after spraining go ankles. there will be evaluated whether they will play on sunday against cleveland but he welcomes them both back. >> it feels like a lot longer than it actually has. to see them get in the huddle and get reps and good for the team but also good for all of us. >> and hall of fame 2013 ballot with barry bonds, same any sosa and roger clemens. 600 members will vote with the results being announced on january 9th. bonds is the homerun champ with 762. he won 7 mvp awards. this year's crop will be interesting as all have been linked to steroids. clem owns won a record 7 cy awards. they have to decide whether drug allegations will keep them out of cooperstown. >> non-conference match-up. cardinals coming to the game at 4-3 and point guard missed the game with a bum ankle. dave shaw attended tonight. that is josh and monster game, clarence the follow-up, used it as a
. mcclain is still in limbo. the expectation is that he will be cut. he is claiming the raiders had waived him and in his words, joining a real team. the coach dennis allen spoke about his situation. >> did not come to practice today. there is going to be consequences to his actions. its team related issue and i don't want to get into the details of it. we asked him not to come to practice today. >> stanford beat ucla saturday night at rose bowl. their reward is facing the same ucla team. at stake is a trip to the rose bowl on january 1st. to say this is unusual is a mild understatement. steffan taylor ran wild. he had a couple touchdowns. the challenge for the coaches is to make sure that your guys do not go in overconfident while wondering, bruins held anything back last week. >> and coaches just to make sure that our guys put the last game behind them and we prepare for a new opponent. there are things we didn't do well that we want to do better. there are things we did well and that we want to do better. expect it rainy for tomorrow night's game. we don't have live doppler 7 in
dropping handgun charges against rolando mcclain. he was to serve 180 days in jail. his accuser no longer wants to press any charges, but the nfl could still take action in this case. >>> 4:51. speaking of the raiders, team owner mark davis apologizing to fans this morning. we'll tell you why coming up. >>> plus new support today for the planned warriors arena along that san francisco embarcadero. we'll tell you more. >>> and a live look outhere over by oakland. we'll show you what's going on that might affect you if you're trying to get onto the nimitz freeway. >>> all right, 49er fans, a big-time showdown between your team and the bears tonight. two of the nfl's biggest defenses going head to head, taking center stage on monday night football. the winner moving closer to a possible first round bye in the playoffs. meantime raiders owner, mark davis, actually apologizing to fans after the team's 38-17 loss to the saints. davis telling the media he's embarrassed for fans and he promised the team would get things right for them. easier said than done. the raiders now 3-7. they have been ou
. congresswoman-elect ann mcclain custer. thanks for your time and congratulations on your win. >> thank you, melissa. it's so great to be here. i'm honored to be on your show. >> obviously it was a big night for women. i'm interested in your campaign in part because so many of the policies and programs that you've been involved with as a professional, up to this moment have been specific to family, to health, to education, things that we often think of as connected to sort of women's issues. is this also what you expect to continue for you as an agenda item going into congress? >> well, i hope so. but the truth is, melissa, that women and families in new hampshire impacted by all of the issues in congress just to give a shoutout to the men and women working in military service for veterans' day and to their families. there are many, many issues that impact women and it's the diversity of the middle class here that i am going down to represent in washington. >> i want to talk to you a little bit about pipeline. this is actually the second time that you've run. you know, when we talk -- often
. >>> this is a live look at one of the polling stations in virginia. this one in mcclain, virginia where turn out has been good this morning this election day 2012. all the information coming up in just a bit. >> really hard to believe this day is here. it's so long. >> so long and coming. they got to shorten up these campaigns. you get fatigues. >> 18 months all these people have been out there. >> tomorrow the christmas campaign will start. not going to take long to move on to the next campaign. let's get going with the temperatures. sunshine across the area. should be a beautiful looking day. it is cool. it's cold this morning so don't be fooled by the sunshine. these temperatures have bottomed out in the 20s. coldest morning yet this season. definitely cold air. 34 in washington. we did not get to 32 here. haven't had our first official freeze. but most of the area did see temperatures overnight. 25 in menasis. 24 in martinsburg. it's going to be a chilly afternoon even with sunshine a bit of a breeze here out of the north and certainly going to put the chill on. looking at sunshine to start the
that mcclain has been released by the oakland raiders. according to the raiders the linebacker was held out of practice for team related issues today. >> i bring in our insider to shed light on what you think is happening right now behind the scenes. >> there is definitely something up regarding him. a lot of rumors and reports that he has been cut. and a lot of the things you have to take with a grain of salt because anybody can get online and say he said this or that. people are saying on his facebook page he has said his final good byes to the raiders and some things that weren't that nice as far as bidding fairwell to the organization. whether that is true or not we don't know. the raiders said he remains on the roster. something is up and something definitely will be announced i think within the next 24 hours or so. >>> that's it for sports right now. one other quick note. brian wilson has to sign with the giants by friday in order to stay a san francisco giant otherwise he can sign with them if he chooses. he said a second option is the l.a. dodgers. can you believe that? >> the l
and ed mcclain roads. two people were killed. a third person seriously hu. no word on what caused the accident. >> the actor who performs as elmo is taking a leave of absence. accused of having a relationship with a 16-year-old boy. the teen who is 23 first made the allegations back in june. issued a statement saying the allegations were unsubstantiated but was disciplined for violating company policy. >> the accused east coast rapist tells the washington post he doesn't know why he attacked so many women. erin thomas is his name and says he viewed women as objects but knows there's something wrong with him. abducting three women in prince william county three years ago and raping a woman back in 2001. >> the fall out continues from the resignation of ex-cia director david patraeus. he was shocked to learn his former buyographer and mistress she may have viewed as a romantic viral. what's the latest? >> reporter: we can't tell you where paula is. reports did have her placed here in washington in advance of what was to be a 40th birthday party which has been canceled by her husband
yesterday afternoon near route 75 and ed mcclain road in the monrovia area. from chopper 4, you can see the tractor-trailer loaded with oranges that overturned on a pickup truck. two people inside that truck died on the scene. passengers in the truck and tractor-trailer were taken to the hospital. no word on their conditions. police arrested watson pierre after he was released from the hospital last night. he was behind the wheel of the tractor-trailer. pierre faces several charges, including criminally negligent homicide. >>> an online petition requesting texas to withdraw from the united states received enough signatures for the white house to respond. it asks president obama to grant the secession. it has received more than 34,000 signatures, and any petition filed with that gets more than 25,000 signatures gets an official response. >>> george allen dupt know what's next for him, but one thing he has decided is he will not run for political office then. the former governor and senator lost the senate race to tim kaine last week by more than 200,000 votes. he told the
the stimulus was big. bigger, mcclain replied. we probably did more in that one bill than the clinton administration did in eight years. one advisor toll mel... seattle's market and the ferry terminal but the new deal will be changed. that is also its main theme. now it's not a new deal. obama is not a classic new deal liberal and while we share some of the traits, self assurance bordering on ego mania, the pedigree and even keel and allergy to ideologues he's not the second coming of fdr. he didn't grow up rich and he didn't battle polio. he doesn't welcome the hatred of the elite and he hasn't forged a bond with the masses and understand roosevelt's mistrust and takes his campaign promises much more seriously than fdr ever did. but the recovery act did update the new deal for a new era. was obama's one shot to spend boat loads of money. a down payment on the agenda of curving fossil fuel dependency and carbon emissions, modernizing health care and education, making the tax code more progressive and government more effective and building a sustainable and competitive 21st century eco
in the backyard. >> reporter: after telling ferns to stop short of the end zone, coach mcclain sent thompson into the game, his first start as a varsity running back. and a few moments later, he scored his first touchdown. >> you know, when we got together to honor logan and his father, we never dreamt that he would do that. >> ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> not only his first start, but his very first carry was right into the end zone. >> that's a great story. his father was just 44 years old, a young man to die of that stroke. apparently the morning that he suffered the stroke, logan actually grabbed a baseball bat and beat down the door in order to get into the room to get his dad. now yo can imagine what he's going through. what a great way for a team to come together. that's a fantastic story. >> sure is. >> when we come back, we'll see what is shaking in "the skinny" this morning. >> stick around. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. ♪ skinny so skinny >>> all right, one of my favorite actors and yours is will farrell, funny man. >> got to
intelligence. this is what folks in this side in mcclain always worry about with their agents and concerned about those things. so you cannot have the head of the cia somehow not playing by the same rules. so i think this is one of those cases that this is on the level, because there is a zero tolerance when it comes to the cia for this because, again, if you're an operative and you put yourself in a compromising situation like this, of an extra-marital -- when it comes to the intelligence committee, extra-marital affairs are considered putting yourself in a compromising situation. you could proceed economize your own intelligence gathering possibilities, put the lives of other folks in danger. this is -- i think this is a case where that's on the level. there's no doubt there was some -- there's been some con stern nation over here and at the state department about what could the cia have put together a better intelligence briefing faster? was there a little bit of the case where the cia was acting like the cya. there's plenty of folks that were not happy with the cia's being -- their repo
leave leaves the cabinet is to get rest. will she run for president next time in 2016? kiki mcclain is a democratic strategist and a senior adviser to the 2008 presidential campaign. i think this is going to be in the back of every washington and capitol and political conversation i'm part of or anybody for the next few years, because we know barack obama is president for the next four years, which opens up the mystery can whoshgs the name knee for next time. we won't drag on this story. what can you tell us here? the democratic feerd, andrew cuo cuomo, people like martin he omall dwri from maryland, these are governors of new york and maryland. do they stay in the circle knowing they don't know how hillary is going to move? >> absolutely. i think everything will wait to see what hillary clinton will do. one of the big questions democrats face is as they look this this demographic shift, the question is is it a democratic coalition or is it an obama coalition? i think one of the answers to that could certainly be hillary clinton, who could most certainly hold that coalition he toget
conference. >> let's bring in michael steele and kiki mcclain. good morning to both of you. the current congress has 24 republican women, the new congress will have 19. and then all the committee chair positions as we said have gone to men. michael, the optics are not good. >> the optics stink. and you'd think given what we went through with women, about women, particularly with the gop, that this would have been raised within the leadership. >> mitt romney lost the women's vote by 11 points. >> having said that, a lot of the mind set just to give you back drop on this in the gop is we don't do sort of fill in the blank here just because we have a woman, put a woman this lays. it's very much senior based. it's very much time tenured and all of that. but there are senior members at the caucus who are female who can advance i think legitimately without question about their preparedness or readiness to do the job. this is an optic issue, but easily resolved. figure those last two spots with capable women and have the noise go away. >> with a republicans are saying is that three women were
against an oakland raiders line backer. mcclain was supposed to serve 180 days in jail after being convicted of weapons charges involving a gun in alabama but the alleged victim decided not to press charges. he will not serve any jail time and he's cleared. >>> thousands of bay area parolees may soon get a prepass from behind bars. it's part of an effort to relieve overcrowding at state prisons. the state wants to discharge 10,000 parolees at large from state parole supervision. officials say the plan will only release low-level offenders. but according to an internal department of corrections memo obtained by ktvu in the second and third phases, serious and violent criminal cases could also be reviewed. >>> the mart jo -- the majority of our victims that have been involved in violent crimes or suspects are either on probation or parole or sometimes both. so you are adding to that population by allowing them to basically wipe their slate clean. >> while there are many people against the plan, corrections officials are defending the change sas a necessary part of the -- a necessary
number one draft pick by the raiders may be cut from the team today. mcclain missed yesterday's practice, reportedly said he was no longer with the team. the raiders have a 3-8 record this season. oakland selected him with that 8th overall pick in the 2010 draft. >> let's check traffic. tara you are watching the bridges. >> we always have back up at the bay bridge toll plaza. let's take a live look outside. we can take a look at them for you. the toll plaza, still a lot of congestion, give yourself another 10 to 15 minutes, san mateo bridge looks clear. golden gate looks beautiful. little hazy but the fog not bad at the richmond san rafael. let's head over to steve. >> very good morning under a cloudy, very mild morning, also that southeast breeze has been kicking up and it's only going to get stronger. nothing to strong yet. i have seen about 25 to 30, some of the higher elevations, you can find 40 to 50, very impressive system on the north coast. you can see some light rain but the main front doesn't arrive until tonight. oakland airport 60 degrees, everybody else is really close. s
are bible verses. >>> the raiders have suspended orlando mcclain for two games. he was told to leave practice on wednesday for a undisclosed issue. >> we found out who won half of the powerball jackpot. he is a 52-year-old mechanic. they bought their winning ticket in month movement the other winning ticket is in arizona. >> according to my estimate they should get $192 million after taxes. >> is that all? >> yeah. >> pretty penny. >> pretty good. >> it's 8:50, the storm watch coverage continues after the break. we are watching continues in the north bay. . >>> and flooding concerns on the streets and in the river. how it affects your drive and day. . >>> and the big accidents and power outages on bridges, we will have one final check on the commute. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to downlo
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a better appreciation for what is really happening. host: mcclain , virginia, republican, good morning. caller: i wanted to say thank you to your guest. i am not sure where the last few callers little or and what were they are living in, but having been brought up on the northeast coast of the united states and having a family member involved in 9/11, some of these people must have their heads in the sand. i want to say thank you to you and all the people working so hard. i know what the fbi is doing and i want to say thank-you to the people who don't have their heads in the sand and the work you are doing. keep up the good work, thank you. guest: those are the types of things that really help motivate the folks that
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